Category: Economy Info

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British inflation, the lowest since 2000

British inflation, the lowest since 2000 Inflation in consumer prices in Britain fell in December to its lowest level since May 2000 and the trend suggest that this will continue […]

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George Osborne promises to abolish the ‘death tax’

George Osborne says he will abolish the ‘death tax’ Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, has launched one of those promises designed to grab headlines briefly: the abolition of the […]

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Tax gap figures increase pressure on HMRC

Tax gap figures increase pressure on HMRC The UK fiscal deficit in 2012-13 was 6.8% tax liabilities or £34 billion, according to the latest estimates from HMRC. Estimates for 2011-12 […]

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Parties against devolution of corporation tax

Political parties against devolution of corporation tax All three of the main UK political parties have agreed that corporation tax shouldn’t be devolved to Scotland so as to avoid any […]

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What is the Forex

The Forex? What is it? The word Forex is an acronym that stands for the Foreign Exchange, which is the international market where currencies are traded. Unlike the stock exchange, […]

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5 business risks that may affect your business

5 business risks that may affect your business A business risk is a factor that is created in the external or internal environment of an organisation or business, wherein it […]

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Budget 2014: Tax breaks set to encourage business investment

During the 2014 Budget announcement, Chancellor George Osborne has revealed the introduction of a number of tax breaks as a means of boosting investment in UK companies. Under the new […]

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Minimum wage increase above inflation

George Osborne wants to see the Low Pay Commission raise the minimum wage to £7.00 an hour. Mr Osborne has stated he would like the independent Low Pay Commission to […]

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The UK should not be forced to choose over EU membership

The UK should not be forced to choose between EU or Exiting the EU. George Osborne tells the EU that reform is needed, or the UK could leave. If the […]

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Conservatives cut tax and extend austerity

The conservatives are going to cut taxes and extend austerity through a smaller public sector. The idea behind the thinking is a smaller public sector needs less public money (taxes) […]

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